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and partner for this historic pier 48 than anchor brewers and distillers. join me in welcoming keith gregor. [applause] >> thank you. is everyone warm enough? this is great weather for making beer. anchor is one of america's oldest breweries. with origins back to the gold rush. by 1896 the famous brand emer emerged. a real san francisco icon and only 118 years old at the moment. not that many years pass easily. earthquakes. fire. and prohibition and bankruptcy all stood in the way. but they would not end our history. anchor brewery has called six locations as home. and today i am thrilled to announce our seventh home here at pier 48. anchor's revival was in 1969 when mass markets and beers steamed unstoppable. with anchor facing bankruptcy and one took over to continue to get his favorite brew anchorstein. and at that time no one knew that over the next decade would introduce the craft movement and making anchor the first craft brewery. perhaps we shouldn't be surprised that the first brewery began in san francisco. as these things are part of this great city's dna. today we will still rema
you to keith gregor, and for the giants, larry, thank you for your leadership. and mayor, go giants. all right, thank you. >> aren't they great? thank you, supervisors to be here and huddle together to stay warm. and lastly i want to introduce the president of the port commission, maureen woo ho. join me in welcoming president woo ho. >> good morning, and since i am standing here before your tasting, i won't be here long. i have been on the port commission for two years. and i want to acknowledge that i had fellow commissioners working on this project in this part of san francisco. and in 20006 -- 2006 there was effort of the port and the community and with the mayor's office and the board of supervisors. to come up with a plan to make this today what is a reality. i think this is an extremely auspicious beginning. we are in the ninth or 10th day of chinese new years. and i think it's important to recognize this is a great beginning for mission rock and anchorstein. and as the mayor said, we are trying to activate the waterfront. and pier 48 and mission rock is what we are trying i
48 than anchor brewers and distillers. join me in welcoming keith gregor. [applause] >> thank you. is everyone warm enough? this is great weather for making beer. anchor is one of america's oldest breweries. with origins back to the gold rush. by 1896 the famous brand emer emerged. a real san francisco icon and only 118 years old at the moment. not that many years pass easily. earthquakes. fire. and prohibition and bankruptcy all stood in the way. but they would not end our history. anchor brewery has c
to support and as keith gregor said the availability of larger expansion spaces for manufacturers is limited right now in san francisco. this is really a golden opportunity and i urge all of us to move this forward as quickly and seamlessly as we can. thank you. >> thank you very much. >> is there any additional public comment? >> seeing none, public comment is closed. >> colleagues, kim? >> i know that this item is not before us and i wonder why it was not in the budget committee. i just want to make a couple of comments. i am generally supportive of this pro-yekt and the giants have done an amazing job in doing out reach in the communities which are a important process of building good development as i mentioned in an earlier part of our land use committee. a kaoum of things that i have heard and i know that miss rogers and woods have mentioned this in public comment but i heard from others members of our community is that they would like to see the park and open space prioritized in the development as that is one key pieces and a benefit to the neighborhood. district six and 3 have the le
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)

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